Best motorcycle finance deals of 2017

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The lighting fast year of 2016 is wrapping up and as we get ready to move on to bigger and better things for 2017, many of us are thinking ahead to any big life changes, and for those lucky enough this could include a new motorcycle. To save you the tedious scouring of the internet for the latest finance offers and cashback incentives, we’ve brought together our list of the best motorcycle finance and cashback deals for 2017.

Best motorcycle finance deals of 2017

Kawasaki finance deals

The famous green brand are currently offering a range of 0% finance offers, including 48 months on Ninja 636R, Ninja 250SL, Z250L and the J125. 36 months 0% is available on the ER6F, ER6N, Ninja 300, Versys 650, Z800, Vulcan S, J300, KLX125, KLX250 and the Z300. There is also a PCP offer at 5.9% over 37 months available on most models, all of the both will require you to put down a minimum £99 deposit, doesn’t sound too bad for a new bike though, eh? Compare finance packages at www.kawasaki.co.uk

Honda motorcycle finance offers

As well as this Japanese marks usual range of low rate 5.9% PCP deals, there is also a rather unusual 50/50 0% finance offer available on the Fireblade and Blade SP (CBR1000R and CBR1000RR), whereby you pay for half of the bike upfront and repay the other half in 12 months time interest free, ideal if you have something of a reasonable value to trade in against it, as it could cover off the 50% deposit. Full information is accessible at www.honda.co.uk/motorcycles

Suzuki motorbike finance options

After a strong year running up to 4 years finance on a wide range of it’s models, Suzuki has now switched back to it’s default 8.9% PCP and 6.7% HP finance offers, which still represent great value and flexibility, even if you only have a small deposit. With lots of cool new additions to the range for 2017 we’re sure these offers will prove popular. Visit www.suzuki-gb.co.uk to see all finance options

Yamaha finance promotions

Yamaha’s longstanding 8.8% PCP offer continues on a wide range of motorcycles from their 2017 product line-up and with a combination of strong residual values and low deposits, this could be a good option if you are thinking about changing your motorcycle to a new bike this year. They will still continue to offer their traditional HP finance options, however the market is definitely changing and the trend towards the PCP model if growing year-on-year. More at www.yamaha-motor.eu/uk

BMW Motorrad low-rate finance

One of the biggest european brands in the UK market are continuing to push their low-rate 3.9%, 5.9% and 9.9% PCP deals on a range of popular models including the R1200GS, S1000XR, S1000RR, F800GS and lots more. These offers have been running for a while now and are likely to continue into 2017 and for the foreseeable future. Details at www.bmw-motorrad.co.uk

Triumph finance package

Following on from multiple new model launches at the back end of 2016, the UK-based brand have really got to grips with their customer finance offering for 2017, if you’re looking for a new Triumph motorcycle then you will able able to take advantage of their 6.9% or 9.9% PCP packages depending on which model you are interested in. As this brand has only larger capacity models, this means the PCP offer is available on the whole range of motorcycles, HP finance is also available across the board at competitive rates. For more info check out www.triumphmotorcycles.co.uk

Ducati finance offers

If you fancy some Italian exotica for 2017 then Ducati are promoting their 6.5% PCP offer on a wide range of bikes like the popular new Scrambler models. There are also a selection of PCP and HP offers available on all other models in the range, you can also use their handy finance calculator to see all the offers in their TriOptions finance range at www.ducatiuk.com

We will publish an updated list of the best finance offers available every 3 months throughout 2017 inline with when most manufacturers updates their finance offers and promotions. If you liked this article then please feel free to share it.